Rebecca Mordan and awen director Barbara Santi are currently in development with Protest, a contemporary documentary about the incredible story of the women of Greenham Common rediscovered through the eyes of young female activists.
After graduating from Bristol Old Vic and working in film, theatre and television, Rebecca became disillusioned by the dearth of roles and opportunities for women.
So she set up awarding winning feminist production hub Scary Little Girls to try and 'level the playing field', populating stories with fascinating, diverse female characters, and rescuing amazing women from the wastelands of history.
Rebecca has been intimately involved with every aspect of SLG, writing, directing, producing and performing to take the company from strength to strength. She is still also a grassroots campaigner against male violence and a frequent guest expert on BBC Radio and Sky News.
Scary Little Girls support around 100 artists a year and create mid and small scale tours, site specific events, community projects and heritage celebrations. They are currently taking their work online with the Salon de la Vie and are in their 2nd year working with the women of the Greenham Peace Camp in their landmark project Greenham Women Everywhere.